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About Jill Guidera Brown

Jill Guidera Brown

Jill Guidera Brown works with ZwillGen attorneys on a variety of privacy and technology related legal matters. Prior to joining ZwillGen, Jill interned at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, where she focused on education technology platforms and data sharing partnerships. She also served as a legal intern with the U.S. Senate Committee for Commerce, Science, and Transportation, and provided research for the Senate Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security. Prior to law school, Jill was a community organizer for New York City’s leading transportation advocacy organization, and also an educator with non-profit service providers to New York City public schools.

Recent Posts

New Law Weakens Section 230 Immunity

April 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Two events may change the rules for interactive website operators: (1) the FBI seizing and (2) the enactment of SESTA/FOSTA, amending CDA Section 230 immunity. The FBI’s seizure of, an online classifieds site...

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Where there is no face scanning, there can be no unlawful use of biometrics. A U.S. District Court granted Facebook’s motion for summary judgment as part of ongoing litigation against the social media company for...

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Knight Rider fans, rejoice! Soon, you can have your own automated vehicle. While the arrival of connected cars and autonomous vehicles (“AV”) bring a potential increase in efficiency, safety, and mobility, they also present unique...

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Breaking Down Biometric Data

November 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

As businesses use biometrics – such as fingerprint, iris, and face scans – in financial transactions, for security and authentication, and in connection with social media, they have been compelled to learn about biometric privacy laws,...

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